That 70s Show was one of the very few watchable sitcoms to arise out of the late 1990s/early 2000s.
With its decidedly evocative themes of nostalgia, the comedy appealed to several different audiences – those who grew up in the 1970s and could identify with the era, and those who were of a similar age to the defiant teenagers found within Red Forman’s basement could identify with the cast and their daily lives.
The story revolves around Eric Forman, his on-and-off relationship with girlfriend Donna, his mischievous friends and constantly needing to hide "the circle” from their parents. The chances are you identified with at least one of the basement gang. As we watched the kids grow up and mature through the years, they almost became like friends to us.
It wasn't always perfect (particularly in the latter years), but it's been nearly fifteen years since the show ended and fans still love to watch and discuss That '70s Show. THAT is a sign of an iconic series.
Let's break down each season and discover when and where the sitcom was at its best.